Directions: In this part, there are three incomplete texts with 20 questions (Ranging from 56 to75). Above each text there are three or four phrases to be completed. First, use the choices provided in the box to complete the phrases. Second, use the completed phrases to fill in the blanks of the text. Note you should blacken the letters that indicate your answers on the Answer Sheet.
A. eating 56 meals at regular times
B. can also impair our 57 system function
C. are 58 to the body clock
A lack of quality sleep not only affects how we feel during the daytime, but 59 ,which is vital in protecting us from common viral illnesses. Efforts needed to sleep well that include following a sleep routine, 60 and not drinking too much coffee. All of these things are really interconnected in terms of their function. All of them 61 . The body is like an orchestra where there's an orchestra leader that's sort of the main timer, but everybody else is playing it together and they're optimizing what they are doing.
A. true happiness 62 that we have it in our lives
B. they freely 63 their ups and downs
C. as it is a driving 64 in our nature
One of the basic needs we have as humans is to connect with others. We have done this since the beginning of time 65 . Close intimate friendships fill that need. There is simply no replacement for this in our lives. You can't buy it, borrow it or steal it, but 66 . Experts found that people who can name several close, supportive friends-friends with whom 67 —live with greater health and happiness.
A. will adjust themselves for your 68 and comfort
B. will 69 the way we live in astonishing ways
C. mimicked human 70 and thinking
D. gains a truer glimpse of our robotic 71
Tiny technologies are a key to the future of robots. The old science-fiction notion of a robot pictured a large machine that 72 . But a visitor to the Artificial Intelligence Laboratory at Cambridge 73 . In this microworld, scientists and engineers are building new machines in other fields such as medicine and aerospace. Soon, you'll be driving smart car and living in smart home that 74 . It is already clear that our tiny new tools 75 . By "thinking small," scientists and dreamers are enlarging and enriching the future for all of us.